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Presented by Kathy McLaughlin, FEA, PCC, Kathy McLaughlin & Associates
Family businesses who plan are proven to be more successful than those who don’t. Planning is the glue that underpins successful transition from one generation to the next. So why is it that so few have an effective and disciplined approach to strategy and execution?
In this lively webinar Kathy McLaughlin will share insights, tips and pitfalls in creating and implementing strategic plans in a family enterprise context. She provides an overview of several models for strategy by well-known experts including Carlock and Ward’s Parallel Planning Process, and the concept of integrated planning between the family, ownership and business circles.
Participants will learn about conventional and new frameworks for strategic planning and how they fit within a family enterprise context, including: tips for conducting an effective planning process; stories of strategic business successes, and pitfalls specific to family enterprise. Kathy provides a simplified system for ensuring that strategy is aligned with family values, culture and heritage; and for embedding planning into the cadence of a busy business.
Kathy McLaughlin, FEA, PCC, Kathy McLaughlin & Associates, is a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator on strategy and business continuity for private and family-founded businesses. Her management consulting practice focuses on strategy and governance, leadership development and recruitment for private businesses, public sector and not-for-profit clients. An advanced level executive coach (PCC) and an experienced Family Enterprise Advisor™ (FEA), Kathy’s talks are known for being lively, interactive and provocative.